Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by arnouf » Tue, 20 Oct 2009 16:56:41 GMT


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 If you  have developed or if you are developing applications, and they
are on the Android Market - Great! - But these apps are only
available for devices that have contracts with Google.

Archos, a major PMP manufacturer, launched its first device on 25th of
September: the Archos 5 IT. Archos has a real community of fans who
are waiting for applications for their devices. This device is the
first of a long product line (the first Archos phone should be
available soon too!).

It's a new opportunity for your applications to find new fans!

You can post your apps, for free, on the Archos Market called Appslib
( http://www.appslib.com ).

Today, only free applications are available for distribution on
AppsLib, but Archos promises the possibility to distribute your paid
apps soon !

Don't wait : more applications, more users, more fans...and more
revenue (soon)!

Arnaud
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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by arnouf » Tue, 20 Oct 2009 16:57:26 GMT


 If you  have developed or if you are developing applications, and they
are on the Android Market - Great! - But these apps are only
available for devices that have contracts with Google.

Archos, a major PMP manufacturer, launched its first device on 25th of
September: the Archos 5 IT. Archos has a real community of fans who
are waiting for applications for their devices. This device is the
first of a long product line (the first Archos phone should be
available soon too!).

It's a new opportunity for your applications to find new fans!

You can post your apps, for free, on the Archos Market called Appslib
( http://www.appslib.com ).

Today, only free applications are available for distribution on
AppsLib, but Archos promises the possibility to distribute your paid
apps soon !

Don't wait : more applications, more users, more fans...and more
revenue (soon)!

Arnaud
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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by Steve » Tue, 20 Oct 2009 22:49:18 GMT


 I tried the Archos emulator on your web site, but can't figure out how
to simulate the BACK button?  Is there a key for it? thanks.



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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by Steve Oliver » Tue, 20 Oct 2009 22:58:36 GMT


 Got it, it's the ESC key (just like all the other emulators).







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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by Steve Oliver » Tue, 20 Oct 2009 23:04:54 GMT


 the Menu button is done with the PAGE UP key

On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 7:57 AM, Jeffrey Blattman <








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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by Jeffrey Blattman » Tue, 20 Oct 2009 23:07:20 GMT


 I tried the Archos emulator on your web site, but can't figure out how
to simulate the BACK button?  Is there a key for it? thanks.





Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by Jason Van Anden » Tue, 20 Oct 2009 23:37:56 GMT


 Clearly the solution to this is an Android Market Market.

;)

Jason Van Anden
 http://www.BubbleBeats.com 

On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 11:29 AM, Jeffrey Blattman <





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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by Jeffrey Blattman » Wed, 21 Oct 2009 01:13:32 GMT


 If you  have developed or if you are developing applications, and they
are on the Android Market - Great! - But these apps are only
available for devices that have contracts with Google.

Archos, a major PMP manufacturer, launched its first device on 25th of
September: the Archos 5 IT. Archos has a real community of fans who
are waiting for applications for their devices. This device is the
first of a long product line (the first Archos phone should be
available soon too!).

It's a new opportunity for your applications to find new fans! 

You can post your apps, for free, on the Archos Market called Appslib
( http://www.appslib.com ).

Today, only free applications are available for distribution on
AppsLib, but Archos promises the possibility to distribute your paid
apps soon !

Don't wait : more applications, more users, more fans...and more
revenue (soon)!

Arnaud



Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by niko20 » Wed, 21 Oct 2009 01:26:11 GMT


 Hi,

Maybe I will wait until I find out if you really stole the code for
your app store from the andAppStore developers. At least that is the
current allegation.

-niko



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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by Streets Of Boston » Wed, 21 Oct 2009 22:12:42 GMT


 Same here.
If they indeed did that, then i won't put my app there.




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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by blindfold » Thu, 22 Oct 2009 02:01:00 GMT


 > 1. no way to unpublish an app?

Definitely a showstopper. Additionally there is the allegation



Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by arnouf » Thu, 22 Oct 2009 16:32:10 GMT


 Hi Jeffrey,



Yes you have. When you created an application, you have a link at the
bottom to add release or unpublish release (one ar all)
see response above
You have an input box to indicate comments



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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by arnouf » Thu, 22 Oct 2009 16:36:13 GMT


 Hi,

I'm not an Archos employee and I read this message two.
I have no information about that, but I think that Archos has no
interest to play this type of game if they want their place on Android
business !

Arnaud



> allegation



Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by arnouf » Thu, 22 Oct 2009 16:53:51 GMT


 I'm not an Archos employee !
I think that this story is a little bit strange, because I don't think
that Archos did something like that if they want have a good place on
the android place...

Now, I can't confirm if Archos or AndAppStore are right but I don't
think why Archos should stole codes...





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Is your Android app on Archos Market ?

by Sean Hodges » Thu, 22 Oct 2009 18:25:47 GMT


 

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